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IATURDAY ::1h:*::: stnl+ M0, lMt .
- A --epp A - --, - m" 0m0.
uwA LedANt MVn.-T- 5 sltmere of
the !ogitil Oarlll assembly sit
with their lat ibh. The clerk,
elftl i Itke as 1pisMq ,pl esrgy
sen calls the roll. The weessncpr,
in wnmt of the speker's room,
strikes his stag on nor, ery
oIn to, "Make way for the pealk
er, tie , de.t r 'repeats it lond.
ly wrt urEs hs raped hi
stal, sna the the l Ne r hlmslf.,
elothted le a rik blis naserin
mube, mar'hles up the alee to hie
lh lse b errowed. Mr. Dichens,
Ito e of his eselleokt sticen , Inus
the saes formn for annoeneing the
Presideet of tim "Ilheyal I lgale
MetIal i, Ilsetarmee tenpany."
"Bly yor leave, gentlemen, make
way her the Presladenta
Team lUnasrow RMnu(e.--Under
this title the Memphis Rulletin has
a paragraph rsrring to the an
MoUnement by telegraph that the
idea o oof lreration of the mid
die and border States is growing
and streIgthbeing. The Bulletin
If our estreme s lnethern neigh.
bonr will not take menusel with as;
if they nontemptuoely reject our
cn ,pratio in t thi, the more trial ofr
the lipnlie's stability; we are de.
eldedly for it. Virginia, Kentuecky,
Tennessee, Maryland, the good old
North [tate, and Delaware, are
henopeeoss, and although coe
prising a territory not fruitful of
the elements of that Fre Trade,
thrm which esome antillpate sceh
magutkIsnt ant everlewin proe.
perity, does nevertheless ire pro
mise of stelataiing " hardy, a vir
toens, and •a indepedent popoul
ties of rewpblical eitlnens. If our
friends of the cotton sager and rice
Satesa will go oat o the Union, let
us, Na least tI the misdle State,
eometnd erwelves to God aud
mairtail our indepedence.
R meaen Dtoeroeav no A New
Gos RItwsso.-- Deveor (Jeter
*an Territory) News, of the Isth
nt., says :
ceps Bridlet, the old mountain
eer, whoe reprlted death we pub.
ltebed snme time sinew, is neither
deed Sot sleeping. He has recent
iy reersed to the Kansas msett
mlt, ae we are informed by Unpt.
sekssserth, who has received a
letter from d within a day or two
post. ne repet having fued a
ames mdd iaalag rq ie-the ouet
wherealnts of whis will not be
putbldjm yet-whib for ss.
seeds is rcesh s aaything ever be.
foe Aend in North Amels.
Caýt. llso1eer th kne wIMte to
hi (Ia reply, and will lear by duo
eorse of mail the loality of this
new ld whiskh he assures s
will to the world som
timro sprin. The probabrl
ty i, that k N te to the north.
wanl usrbly on the headwaterw
ofl t the nl M leori, as that
Is the mtry where apt Bridgetr
hs speat mOeeof his timeo fte .
Tran Racrsrtt hooves O OC
ta Ftam.--A onm hpondent
th Natiokl latellilgenoer, rer.
save to a alleg dhoo,, of a
oon ii l ,-M.t whieh was found
a Latin laseripti~ o ertiflg that
it was shabted or visied by ne.
ropean ia thb**leveth castery,
direots theo attetion of Amuias
atiquaelm to Cardilual Wisuanu's
treatn en The 0oaneotion Betwen
slotam nd IRevaled Rellgion, in
whikd that se0ompliebed cholar
and arehs gist otate it as a fat,
when speaking of the aborigie of
America, that thee amr man.
scripts i the Vatian Libruary a
Rom whisk asy that this cont
eat was know to midssonre of
1the isal City in the tenth en
try. ,d coaldeo bhi remarks by
asking the quutionu, "Who eau en
lighten a et the sbjet ? The
reonde end In the Danish ar
chives slam the work t (ardial
Wiewmaun wras mse., proe that
this otinemt was known to thelo
lothuem before it was diseovered
Ge. Bar , by th deaeN of Uhis
wile ,ortry in Paris, ba oome in
peasseoin, ss eprpery of him
self and children, of@ W0,0.-,
U.Io a ·a mte ewlisl 6a old,
end h e mes wlise mu ch e0
Si moawhat kroken in
hL-Ap 3.*tkehn w thl tist
e P~wieinmq WAUwll.
N d ll~ ,m
"N WAil TAULI,.
Ah laeneti be'.qb to bear
o41 tm sbI e asd Al elMse of
teeiety, is order to et a many
NamoN as pmlsble te stand cHm
nitted tI the peli prints, to the
eulminasting plan of disnnion. The
peblio mlid is thus oiseelgly play- I
ed upon, and worked into a frenny 1
of bigotry and fanaticiwlt, whiobh
breaks forth in abuse of the entire "
North, where there are a Miany
good men mad true as in the South
or the West. The star chamber
loe its minions saroad as well as
at home, sad the press is entirely
In its service. Take up the papere
from the oneltry and noti ht ow
the anse esprsusions used last
week by the Metropolitan Press are
re-bashed sl d dose over in home
spun, There is but one idea rue
ning through them all, and this in,
that Ldisiana mest absolve the
bonds of union in order to strength- I
en temre-that she most throw her.
selfir a ooeditine of Ioject de-t
pendence, is order to be independ"
eut. This is the logic of genitlemen
who have little to looe in rerollu
tion, sad who stigmatise all whoI
do not agree with theta, as "lMub, I
niseionttlts." They, the leader of
this nmoement-have made the is.
sue. They advised together years
i'o, as to how it would be best to
precipitate the revolution. Mr. Ihe)
Bow has upset aeslgh ink on this t
sultject to entitle him to he called
the very lIreeley of oruth Uarliile,
whilst that traveling menagerie- a
"the (Great Southern (jonventlli,t"
has poisoned the pnhublic mind with
its own treason. Ule not deceived,
good people; there is no stain, no
stigma in the term "sebmissi,onilt,"
as applied to you; tbeosse you
will not Ine played upon by the
chief priests of tie party as a
stringed instrument. Mr. Lincoln
has been eleoted fhirly and square
ty under the Constitutile and the
Iaws; he is an honest man-so
counted by those who know him
best. Were he several shades red.
der in his republicanism, his eleo'
tion-though to be regretted as a
sectional triumph, is an opportune
incident in the history of the na I.
tic.; It effeotually breaks dows a
speculating board of byeoaebhped C
blere-llsked together by a chain s
of naisa fomr Portliad to New Or.
leans, with a basking oapital no
lops thi th trust of the natin.-
Is o as me of "Deooeracy," they
have levied black msil and robbed
the tremsry, they have bankrupted
the State, net of its greasy dollars
alone, but of the only pdrirwipla up.
on whitoh a free governialt can
stand. They have letgatied the
mob and estabiehed the Vigilance o
Committme-thbey have made army
bills for the city, and lh.L gene-r.
al hurly-burly of the times, have
laid the fodation of a amittlItary
despotie l the State Capital;
they hLe pretended to he mad
lwith each other, ad Lhave split ls
the thieves on Gad's bill, la orde t
to meet again sad divide the spfls.
iasy have does everything esept t
Lreak up the Unlon, and ae esvei
now ready to pltce us at the mer
cy o any Iforeignl power, that mayr
se propor to pilnt a gu-bo at it
the menth of the Missisippi. Is
there anythbialng else to be done,
that this desperate elrw dare not I
uodertake ? Notkimb!att to take
posession of the Stem In Coa
vention about to eessable sad
claim the rbight to do a they like,
without submitting their aotion to
the peoplel The Onatitution of I
our owr State ie virtealy abol.
iseld, and there l sno law-no rule
of action by which these peope 1
will be governed. Bet we lose our
earig. The delg ewas to givers
the tal of Mr. Waler-the IlrE i
tMr. Walker el e for the Methe -
diet Charb te disewwery d tim I
toght of disslvig the Usik--'.
o u2 . a sela iteayea d the.
New Orlesa psp: "It isli
torili that sitesn years ago, t6
Methbdi ministry and laty pi thi
South dissolved all oninatii with
the MetIhoists of the North*l tn.
Wetler llt. truly. Will is stie
(hanStWt have this set doef Is the
book ? If the praying br the first
Southern Uungrese is to be let out
by the job, the claims of Mr. Walk.
er should net be overltbked. hades
of the devil and Dootor Fosterl
yeen the inveslor of the 4o ges
nine article of OGi, turns oat to be
a mouthern man with a Northern
eye to the trade wihde,
A nPPAtI to Tes DAt)0treM of
Mar.LAnD-We And the following
in the Nsliestl Ittll.UAe vr, and as,
an elhoquent and toulching appeal
we transfer the language of the
daughter of Maryland me At and
proper to address to her sisters of
tie Sngar Bowl of the Union:
The present alarming state of
our ountry senpels me, my eieters
to apppeal to you to set apart every
Wedn*day for prayer and fasten
uin liitherto enur tate has been
an it were, the kden of this gltri.
non Union. A beautiful Providence
has enriched ue with bountlee hias
sitps. While other lands have
been devmstated by war, famine,
antl dilense, we have had pelt,
prosperity, and health bestowed
Uptn a. No brother's blond has
been slllt for imaginary wrongs ;
no lamb ha beIen Alain to protect
our houses from the destroying fr.
gl,. 'the horn of plenty Los show.
ered its rithew upon us. Sec~ere in
the love of the Nntlh sead Mouth,
our sene and daughters have form
ed alliances in every State. But
si.ould dineuion be proeiamied
ad telieve me the protlamation
can never he made peesreatbly-the
teeins of war eneOO sluatlde, where,
oml where will he onr habeade,
our fathers, and our son t Where,
oh I where our sweet domestin
Isharth? G one-per-hap ftrever;
Oi)ur fertile filds a battle gronnd ;
tonr hltnes foresaken ; our very swr
wants, whtlo we have raised, view.
ed with euepitlme. Maryluad hea
indeed a feathfl doom inpending,
my sisters, alnd it is our duty to in.
yoke the Supreme Rller of all to
avert It. We esn I know, do but
little, but that little we should do.
"l.e HKl. a. le I tes mlrs a otr est
vto sines theepa Issbj l lesW,
wr I th.l1 bk etreleaelae.. etho
nes *NI i0 elý--satel essn na r.eo
Ten righteous men would have
saved Modem and Gomnrrah.-
l)sghten of Maryland? let us prey
and fest for that ouuntry while we
all love so dearly. Our glory sad
our pride is is dangee I
OlrnLasusw : Parlea the IIterty I
take in requeitig you to give tie
shbove a piesl a your no•les, if
worthy sand, If unworthy of your
notice, I teg that you will adopt
the sggestion-s appeal, is your
owa eloquent language," to il the
pItrioie women of our lUnion to
fret and pray for our coultry's eel
fare. And may God give as the
victory I Yeers, repeeltly.
A Diavemu or Maslnts.
Palosl Osltnel's, De. 11, 180.
Oomarsev oF NAPotLeos to tUhers
S&r a l Murav,- -The Paris (im.l
etitelomCnel of the 4th stte thaket
military ourpe of the United States
intend to visit Paril in the spring.
The commandant of the lidtliro
oity guard battallei having aom
muellllated to th AIReran miniaet
er at Paris the wish of his rlg.
moet to visit the epltal of the
Frerach empire, crrenccorre nc
hen tae piec on the s~ajeot be
mtwee, Mr. Faukner ad i. Thlou.
veel, the result of which Is thlt
the Empecor has greated to the
Aerier s corpe tim privkleg of
visitiing Pars as a body, and hi
A myrmuues Maszoer.-Tbe To.
rit cormepode4 of the Paris De
btes state that a geat topi ofl
convereldo there, within the lalt
tow days, be been a somewhat
mystermes sld now beIh diu.
olargied at lo, by . OblterM,
an ulosr attached to the household
of the young Sardinian prisoes.
The agetleea amaed Is rslatd to
two of the eardlams, and beloolp
to a fatmily whioch boss of having
had a Pope among their eums-,
who was aerward eanainied a
8S. Pius V. The Uiia Itkus ev
en goes sofar au o tele the fol
lowfp as bases on which the e.
qotiateon i| qnlcuein is psoosded:
The Quiritul to belong to Victor
Emaneel, ad Ie Vetican to the
Pope. The Pope to recognise Vio
tor Ieaa elaell Igufaly. Ibo
latter to sgagsavak s to trmester
.becapitat~ an e sd sot to esil
the timsn to vote i i psi
Te oity to eeomtises e to td.
Ppendo. the prestaion of the
s & r Idlt. !
thd ewlmk is o.or i .mo
vow a es ib. nab.ha as Medlikn
wasd tas wi bth oef nre a,t Ibe
powl the seops If out emAprbehgeats We
bha It fhoe Sed *MWbefit thfihuie o
test of Leuldelas have OW&fed . Aire lwes
ef mnre then ten tmillions dollars it their
laer crop sinee this seeesion agit.Ut
meOeNOd. Add to rle the dep eeMatia
I the price of segroee, sad sihir other
property jeebhatel ' leosee meshan
thbow set of employmest, families rule
ed, sad the sum will he almost hbelous.
the plaster ehe d a asesseulat meet he
a patelet ladeed.
We have lid a few ahed fasts befre
the people of Lhulsisa, (and wel dbal
lease all seess.iselete aleprovetheir so
ret0sy) the ls r isMed by the preest
spiatles, the rals that mast lievitebly
sueed the sehtrnee of this hate frm
the Uniea, the detruete to be age
plaetiog ltelest, her diraee in broaling
boeds with a prpero ebetldenrtion
sad snaling with a hi bankrupt Slteos,
tmesery sad Ifidelity to her sit behr
der slave States whbsw atetest silon are
IN prtl, the fll.ey that the Interests of
Louislana sel the ettoen bistes are rm
men te eab ether, desttueea of the latve
interest, the daaemrs whela are Iseepat
hble o speslag the nigatilon of the Mi
esIppi to a foreia nsation (whleh the
West will be, if dlsun.nlsate seed) ea
the sue hand a new uadergroseld rlld
and a time other, if Leaisasea detrmalne
to eemmand the navigatlos of that river,
war with all its esalmltiei meet follow,
until the upper valley h free asess to the
Nw, let as britly trvey the "Lo"e
Star"t i it lonely ester. Tahe fe grea,
ted the smeeiioa movement enmpletee its
ohj et--.everntee of lmrisena rom the
Union, sad delegasl e meet to fhm this
loftis eeslhdfIry - this eefdersey
whikh is to drew tother all the ether
StatHs, elave ad free nder its bheaser,
wheAn depomeath sdit set,-will the sttee
Slate earantee to end their stple pro
deetu by w of L eellsa and paretei
her a market ot her sugars, with a pro
tetive trlit I 1ie, hoeues the l rets an
reekmabla. sed the men4d toe as Imposd
blity, as all the slave State mcannot even
oene slaess ber aesnal yield, thersfare
proteotion would be a deed letter then
would ths aid ailte pap Loaldeaas a .
sw ipes every heehead ef agoa greows f
This psepettlen weuld be ss aursest
able i iT ISfe, as said Staese are unable
to pay her ewe debt Is the aleso,
therefre how will they steA jalose I
The on thon very thrsbbehd, lapertast
di$lteltiee will arise ad Leis.nsO moet
bhgia oa her as aweset, aN a separate
sad ldepedeent aises. The uart plaa
tor will b uenable to obteia adequ ate .
muaeatioa, snd sosequeatly some e fe
tao headred plasUatione will beeme dat.
strayed tor agar produetom, a fe w of
which will be eultvated In cotton, th
halsace will Alepese of their spgrees, that
is it they us find a market for them sad
thes retire t, obllvelo.
A few years roll by, Interal diseord Is
ereaee, a milittry .hief rasps the els
of glvecmeot, or war is declad ade
some slight pretest, and LoltIIaaa se
mloe bese a depedesey. soretga
power baew as well a Lekdalslsa the
wrt of the valley of tie Msinmlsppi aed
the eatreen to that river as well a them
wives. Lolsiana Is worth ightlag for
by the first powers I the weld. Let a
nropeae natioe onee more obtae the Be.
hi, nd a ebaseepel will forthwith raise
Io easosesrewled head.
General Jstee k Ifll appreelatd the
dvas.tgesa eaemy would obtahl by
0.llig the oetrase of t MitelsImppi ad
the quee elty of the South.
There Is sblese Is poverseat Imana
able as the lewe of mture, be deaietiag
intterat prevent oe at of me from fol
lowing itsee ere, usether as obtals pew.
r tlrough walth nad hmil poitlea ,
whil4 a third lbghtLe his way to the bes
orial eshlt by dent of impede*lsibe the
modest, learned phllosophe, phllntro.
pia, and mem of leihe mare *-veNed
wihea the oil is ellied. Theethe gver*.
mont of a eetry is headed ever I ad.
enturoa denmeggues, and the natonlal
oaell table boooe ao politlleal ehes
beard, spon whiLh the lhty of noetes
e playe4 1r s Lthe tls, ad the peopkle
a deprIved ofrth birth-right. Wash.
.gtoI bkeld the Gleegh of Dspead id
warmed his easoutryms S oeid iLms pl.
Joha Adamiu,l Itl8, ald t woe a te
move h tarkleat Galiee, ear people,
seerdlml Io thk eNeteat e plotatle.p,
wll li oothor wenrtt, hoome aorn ma.
mamea then Zlagsd hromelf. Th ea .
way to ep as bom tl ang up bIm
slves, is Io disealt uw . Ief. CJ'pere
Koeep a dketiL t loti, sad thn qsoe
gnret-mo wIn es, saey, dsirg m~.i
arohy oth wholow, lil deasley eash oth
or' ialfaeo, and keep the ooatry in
The p tetleM uee bean fullt cead,
bh tbh same qurstio preeate iSf only
i anotheLr shapeo. "Oomea menta eas
ltheir shadows fore them." lver the
ies which bind 'he Union togethr and
th moat deadly emity will esemd.
The North nda ISpt will be sewar tie
knlk, ye mseetr and pdeimemea th
Il neo aws silam te rnv
o as the km ast~bkqe..
bi l e0 athe few
Ihe eorth, t
It d., freankly e*
L hse MoUeeded is l
the Rictblies of Mr. M by
his own enaceptin of tr
Mr8, M.rwed'e Milebe a
deorying otgeterian--he pe
lasm ainmlollweing in the iddit
et-reimsieasnes and stimlealtk.i
of Itlg lear on the stormswept
-eigb over is lih I rtig with
the sg12a The fatest. U e ar
tieo war pthetie oertaiilyy-ad is
sese of the ethng l scenes, se in
the gr.ad tableau of the irpree
tlin which saver Julioe lom dil.
hon'kr, altaot frighttflly s sre
sive-be t it m meith. er s s
ilieu of the play, nea, the hI sn",
magbleent lieheliea of history.-.
Mr, Mluth eomwe nearr to the pmr
avo 64 well a to the hlistorial
truth of the ehrraeter, In the phydl
eal abpe t which he gives to it,
The liehellea of lBooth il a as
sill y-nlg. P.aloreem, who kntow
more lhot Our internal enstitta
1ion and mSr tmeelt growih thea
anybody In th wortd, hea proved
In as that old age tlini at etev,
ty. From fifty to siltt.five, he
tells as, is the "sg€e of inviigor-.
tio.," and itihelieu, at theI, eposh
of the play, had but harely entered
spon this ripest period of the life
of man. His infirmlties were not
constitutionsl and munoelar, bet
nettmns nld Irrita lle--end Mr. Nleotb
terrprre nrenders the eatito. of lhe
play with lnlaftely more truth
than Mr. Meteady, when he inveah
the cardisal at the most critical
moments with a sedeen spleldor
of defiant strength in g,,sture, alt
tude, and voice.
aý Thet Mrta to u~r a. ' bgyt.
laf ther heed. la fter eative da7t
turnIall ent everty nlLght stl rtndIln
nard eve ir Ihe eaitin ato war leaell t.
eivod by the Iate. The e0,1plalie se.
e.o he diy tl fsesate late.
A . n D.
Of Mendat, 14th oetes, by the i v., J.1 .
Walker, at the rs4aeene oa the W1tde' fo
ther. Mr. DAVIT N. ANrOW, of lhers
Ville peri.h, t Mik.. It)U. (U. PILONeAN,
4dalhter of Mr. Mles Plleher, ef this
On kFriday ontatle, as c 'eteeh, after a
lons and pelnufl ilaness. rKRLIUITN TII-
litT, wlk of Famcees cmaanea-aged 4
The frieds sad anatutarem of Mi.
oemel Predergas,, are reipetefll lntited
e attend the funeral of hi leother, ILato
na Taluemo, from hie ridelsee on Male
street, thiL mneialg at 1s o'eleok.
On Friday erlaing gltl leat., JOIP3I,
eon ofJosph nad Julie AtLeur, aged 14
The ftneral will Slae plan thiseealing
at 4o'eloo, fro their eitd aeeena Amer
lea stret. Their friend are Invited to
attend without frther IUt le.
MIt'F(IAL NOTI EbS.
N I'I"O11U e be..hJp Mesa Ge aM ed
erw rIa, Io I tlvwem hutpe t Ss s
e slu s.e ilm aPid heal kee i.g elleN.g ese
geld eate. *lil peaeel Eke geamnie uIthe ts
't.A'ft ' IýA /d "l Y .
AT INo'r I AT IUnI 1i
S11o ekr f U iese *ý s i fr ea h.
dea A. Mll Mt IA u., Al .
._ ITee uete la rt a tar n W.
OODEY'M LADY'S BOOK
T A tN'U ·T, 1661.
jist lveI mhi ee rale ha
dada Ce A. Ua0smIsL
st .he eiale seemueea n bt rely
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tdoe.S.I - i ash ra .
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orbeen wlmlo re a.
doeal LASUI* d"LA OUL
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?obe of b3-heAp-h dmcue 0150
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